Star Crash Review (Sci-fi Movie Week) [Review by Brian]

Halt your flow of time and read my Star Crash review at The Bishop Review!

The Bishop Review

scifiweekBrian from Hard Ticket to Home Video was kind enough to take part in Sci-fi Movie Week. Lucky for all of us, he wrote one of the finest reviews of Star Crash ever. All the participants wrote amazing reviews this year, and I think this is a perfect one to end the week on. I hope you enjoy this amazing article and go and check out Hard Ticket to Home Video, you won’t be disappointed.

Star Crash (or Starcrash, it’s not entirely clear)

Star Crash posterIn the summer of 1977, a little movie called “Incest n’ Robots” was released to very sparse audiences, but when they changed the name to “Star Wars,” suddenly it was an enormous hit and filmgoers and studios alike were clamoring for sci-fi. Naturally, Star Wars spawned countless imitators, such as Battle Beyond the Stars, The Black Hole, Moonraker, Message from Space, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and…

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